Soil-savvy strategies for preventing flooding and erosion on the farm.
Sydney graduated from Washington State University and is the viticulturist and safety director for Goose Ridge Vineyard. She is a fourth-generation farmer and the daughter of Kelly and Kirk Rathbun.
The Washington wine industry announced an ambitious timeline for rolling out its sustainability certification program during a March 23 webinar for WineVit, the virtual annual conference of the Washington Winegrowers Association.
Wine growers around the globe rely on rootstocks to provide pest resistance, control vigor and help them adapt to site conditions. But for Washington growers who have traditionally planted own-rooted vines, trying to select rootstocks for new plantings in light of recent findings of phylloxera, rootstocks can seem like a bit of a brave new world.
WineVit Day 1: Wine industry offers research shout-outs, economic analysis at virtual annual meeting
In five years, the Washington wine industry’s stepped-up investment in research has yielded a new wine science center, more than
A recent $2 million donation by Northwest Farm Credit Services will benefit students, bees, wine and multiple agricultural research and